Quiz Answers

SPIM is?

  • Unsolicited emails asking for your banking details
  • An automated online virus which sends unsolicited messages to you in instant messenger chat
  • Tinned processed meat
  • An online game played in instant messenger chat

Which one of these is NOT a social networking site?

  • Bebo
  • Friends reunited
  • Facebook
  • Windows Live Messenger

SamaritansOn average, how many online friends do 11-15 year olds have that they have not met in the real world ?*

  • Between 1 and 50
  • Between 51 and 100
  • Between 100 and 500
  • Over 500

*  Based on CEOP data 2007

What is an avatar?

  • A trainee pilot
  • A virtual online character
  • A mythical location in an online game
  • A games console

In text / online language, POS means?

According to OfCom, what percentage of 12-15 year olds use their mobile phone to access the internet?

  • 11%
  • 40%
  • 50%
  • 80%

When surveyed, how many children aged between 11-16 said they met up with someone in the real world that they first met online? *

  • 1 in 10 (10%)
  • 1 in 8 (15%)
  • 1 in 4 (25%)
  • 1 in 3 (33%)

*  Based on CEOP data 2007

And of that percentage, how many children took a trusted adult or parent with them? *

  • 84%
  • 60%
  • 21%
  • 8%

*  Based on CEOP data 2007

How often do you speak to your children about what they enjoy doing on the internet?

  • Once to twice a week
  • Every two weeks
  • Once a month
  • Never

According to Ofcom, what percentage of 5-7 year olds use the internet unsupervised?

  • 69%
  • 10%
  • 21%
  • 85%

Which of these digital devices does NOT connect to the internet?

  • Mobile phone
  • Laptop / home computer
  • Games console (e.g. X-Box, Nintendo DS, Playstation, PSP, Wii)
  • MP3 player
  • Microwave oven

What do you think is the main risk to children online? (Grade the following answers 1 – 5 with 1 being the highest risk) *

  • Identify theft (5)
  • Bullying or harassment by friends or acquaintances (cyber-bullying) (3)
  • Contact from strangers (4)
  • Seeing inappropriate and pornographic images (2)
  • Being a victim of computer spyware and viruses (1)

Based on IYAC survey 2008 ‘Which of the following have you personally experienced online’

What does filtering mean to you?

  • A nice cup of coffee
  • Clean water
  • A software programme for PCs and laptops that can help protect your child from unwanted contact and /or seeing inappropriate material
  • A photographic process for cameras

How can I limit people seeing my family photos online?

  • By not posting any pictures at all
  • By setting my profile pages as private
  • By limiting my profile pages / allowing access to family and friends only
  • By sending them on an email directly to the person I want to see them
  • All of the above

If your child came to you with concerns about someone they had met online, what would you do?

  • Contact your local police
  • Talk to your child and encourage them to block contact with that person
  • Report to CEOP via the red ‘Report Abuse’ button on www.ceop.gov.uk or www.thinkuknow.co.uk
  • All of the above